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years. >> president obama today condemned the violence in libya. >> the suffering and bloodshed is outrageous and it is unacceptable. so were threats and orders to shoot peaceful protesters. >> the president says he is looking at the full range of options to pressure moammar gadhafi to stop attacks. those options include possible sanctions. the president is sending secretary of state, hillary clinton, to geneva on monday for international talks aimed at stopping the violence. >>> according to the state department, there are approximately 5,000 u.s. citizens living in libya right now. most of them are among those desperate to get out of the country. many packed the airport in tripoli today while hundreds of others boarded a ferry. the u.s. is among several countries scrambling to get their citizens out of that country as the violence threatens to escalate. >>> today, the antigovernment protests entered their 9th day. overnight, there was gun shots and some people report seeing burned bodies in the street. several check points have been set up near the city center restricting mov
're calling on president obama and his administration to cut off government aid to egypt. the protest starts at 9:00 p.m. >>> in egypt right now, president mubarak is still in power despite massive day of departure protest calling for him to step aside. thousands and thousands demanded mubarak's immediate departure. the protests were mostly peaceful. however gunshots were fired in cairo. egypt's health -- ministry now says the death toll has reached 11. president obama says there's needs to be a transfer system. and including a slide show of the major political players just click on the egypt tab on ktvu.com. >>> chinese dancers mark the beginning of the lunar new year today at san francisco's city hall. they performed a traditional lion dance in the rotunda. they offer free performances at city hall on the first friday. >>> ktvu's rob roth has been talking with shop owners about what they are expecting during this year's celebration, rob. >> reporter: julie, here in china town we've been hearing a familiar sound all day a sound that's also music to the ears of many store owners. at the emp
that happen before. >> poor guy. >>> coming up on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36. president obama meets with some of the biggest names in silican valley. >>> also more storm coverage. we're in the south bay where it's snowing at the higher elevations. this all coming up in 30 minutes in tv 36. this is our report for tonight. i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. thank you for joining us. have a good evening. >> good night. ( ringing ) you ever figure out what that thing's for? i'm trying this new screening thing. if i'm always answering the phone people think i don't have a life. my god, rodrigo never gets pinned. joey: here comes the beep. you know what to do. ( beeps ) woman: hello. i'm looking for bob. this is jade. i don't know if you're still at this number but i was just thinking about us and how great it was and i know it's been three years but i was kind of hoping we could hook up again, you know? i barely had the nerve to make this call so you know what i did? what? i got a little drunk... and naked. bob here. ♪ so no one told you life was gonna be this way ♪ ♪ y
obama will be watching the super bowl from the white house tomorrow with a hundred government officials, celebrities and friends. but before the game he'll sit down with an interview with bill o'reilly. in tradition of giving a super bowl interview to the network carrying the game. when he gets back to the white house, he'll enjoy the game with politicians from both political parties and celebrities. the president won't be officially rooting for either team since his chicago bears didn't make it to the super bowl. >>> the bad weather in dallas will prevent those attending the super bowl in person from seeing live military flyover. that was scheduled it start just before the game. the roof at cowboys stadium in arlington will be closed tomorrow because of freezing temperatures. instead, officials plan on projecting the flyover ceremony on to giant high definition video screens inside the stadium. those screens are 72 feet high and 60 yards long. yesterday falling ice injured six people outside the stadium. one person was seriously injured. you can watch the super bowl here on channel 2.
is scheduled for tomorrow at the u.n. plaza in san francisco. in just the past 45 minutes, president obama announced the u.s. is imposing unilat era l sanctions. the president says violence in the country poses an unusual and extraordinary threat to u.s. national security. this comes as the u.s. temporarily abandoned an embassy in the capital of tripoli. gadaphi was seen on state tv calling on crowds to defends their country. >>> a ferry chartered by the u.s. carrying americans including some embassy workers docked in malta today. stormy weather kept the ferry in libya for three days. the ship carried almost 300 people including 157 americans. the state department says a u.s. chartered evacuation flight has also left libya for istambul, turkey. >>> a trouble area is under the microscope tonight. >> reporter: we're starting to see some new programs in nummi light rail system. >>> and google says your search just got better. the change the company made today to move some of the rubbish from your search result. >>> taking the luxford ferry can cost you a little bit more if you park at the car
. and meeting with president obama, zuckerburg is scheduled to talk with the president. the white house says it is part of the out reach to the business community. coming up on bay area news, find out how the president's visit is tied to job creation and who else is on the guest list. >>> and it is crunch time now for the chinese new year parade. how mother nature is impacting the preparations for the year of the rabbit celebration ♪ atst fwa.ean ougog t bk. wi cseuidesi yr arho, u stnaa cte,hise a de. ougog t bk. wi cke sp rwd yr arho, eve. >>> well builders are working extra hard in san francisco to get everything ready for saturday's chinese new year's eve parade. we got an extra look at pier 27. one worker says his schedule was changed down to 20 days. you can watch the parade live here on ktvu at 6:00. all beginning saturday night. and we'll stream it live at ktvu.com. >>> okay, mark is here now with sports, the raiders' big signing today. >> yes, it turned out to be a better trade. and it should have been. because they gave up this year's 2011 number one draft choice to get him. bu
year after michelle obama introduced the let's move program. >> schools have gardens, seems to have an almost magical effect on encouraging kids to try different foods. >> the let's move campaign says the schools, families and communities with easy ways to help children eat healthy and stay active. >>> bounce houses are now banned from walnut creek's city parks. we first told you about a plan on sunday. it became official last night. the city says the hard to enforce labor intensive permit process was putting too much of a strain on its resources. they said too many people failed to get a required permit and then the city would have no insurance in case of injury. >>> first it was care not cash. now the plan to keep cash away from people turning in cans for recycling. >>> a company could give a big boost to this blithed section of san francisco. find out how, coming up. >>> and there are parts in the north bay tonight that could easily hit freezing. i'll show you which cities those could be. >>> a newly elected san francisco supervisor wants to cut off cash payments for bottles and
in egypt continues on ktvu.com. you will find video of president obama's reaction today to mubarak's resignation, just click on the egypt tab. >>> ktvu's david stevenson is live now at a project in san francisco that could be one of many impacted. david. >> reporter: relations between san mateo county and san francisco county have been strained since last year when city leaders talked about making peninsula drivers pay a toll as they came into san francisco. now san mateo officials are moving to cut off state funding for certain construction jobs like this one right here in san francisco. san mateo county officials and peninsula construction officials hammered away at san francisco higher law. >> today i introduce legislation that would prevent san francisco local hire projects to be taken any where else. >> times are tough and construction workers are struggling all over the bay area, not just in san francisco. >> we need jobs in our community, we're the last ones hired and the first ones fired. >> reporter: san francisco labor activists showed up angry at what they see. >> they
of the companies that produce its products. >>> president obama will head to the silican valley. the president will land at sfo and spend the night here at the bay area. details about the visit are being kept confidential because of security reasons. the president is expected to visit lobbiest. >>> and home depot will create hundreds of jobs in the next months. the retail company announced it h be hiring 60,000 seasonal workers. spring is the busiest season for home improvement buildings. >>> energy and material drops led the drop in stocks today. the dow jones lost 41.5 points. the nasdaq dropped 13. >>> and the giants are starting to warm things up. the action today at spring training in scottsdale. >>> almar samen is now heading to cairo. he'll be joining egypt's national team. his father is from egypt and still conducts business there. sanman is probably used to culture shock. the former uc student went to lithuania to play basketball there. >> definitely looking like baseball weather. today was really the work out for the world champs. a lot of eyes focused on their next move. tim lincecu
a huge flag of the country. president obama says moammar gadhafi has lost his legitimacy to rule and must step down immediately. >>> scores of demonstrators turned out in san francisco to support the uprising in libya. the group said they were anxious about what's happening with friends and family in libya. >> we haven't been able to get in touch with my family members in tripoli. so, you know, this is really the least that we can do in terms of coming out here and showing solidarity with our libyan people. >> organizers said it was time governments around the world stopped supporting gadhafi and took a stand against oppression and violence. >>> in iraq, arms saboteurs attacked the world's largest oil regainry. it's closed for repairs. it accounts for about a quarter of iraq's entire capacity all that goes for gasoline and fuel for power stations. iraqis are already suffering through electricity shortages and long lines at the gas pump. >>> and in new zealand, the death toll has risen to 135 after the earthquake. 200 people are still missing. they are dealing with water, sewer and sanitat
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